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Trump Defends Himself Against Allegations of Groping Women

(CNN) -- Donald Trump on Thursday slammed "vicious" reports that he had allegedly groped women, saying they were were "pure fiction," "outright lies" and promised to provide evidence to prove they were untrue. "These claims are all fabricated. They're pure fiction and outright lies. These events never ever happened," Trump said during a rally in West Palm Beach, Florida.

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